Marked resistors, odd
I'm a diy for so many years and I've never seen resistors marked this way, 100m.
Interestingly, europeans have a diferent way to mark resistors
which I'm more or less familiar with, e.g. 5R0, and others.
But 100m, as emiter resistors leads me to conclude that they
might be 0.1 ohms, or am I'm wrong?
I'd appreciate some feedback.
Sounds right to me. 100 * 1/1000th (milli) = .1 ohm. But I could be wrong. :cool:
What you describe sounds like precision resistors.
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